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truckreferral

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  1. No i created the tables originally in evernote back in May 2017. the tables were more primitive back then, I was able to use the formatting toolbar to make text formatted as a code block inside a table cell. I use this feature to display code in one column, and a graphical output in the other column.
  2. I want to format text in a table cell as a code block, but I cannot get the code block formatting to appear. I press the {} formatting button in a table cell and nothing happens. I try to type some text, then highlight it and press the code block button, nothing happens. I have some legacy tables that have the code block in the table cell, but now I cannot make any new cells that have the code block in them. Can anyone else make a code block inside a table cell? Thanks
  3. I agree with everyone, I rely on the created date to sort my notes. It is vitally important that I can easily set the created date and see it. I need this to keep track of my time sheets. Please bring the functionality back.
  4. It is sad that evernote food is now discontinued. there is literally no other app out there that does what evernote food does. I would seriously pay extra to maintain evernote food.
  5. You totally missed the point of all the feedback in this thread. No one here is upset at the loss of recipes, everyone like the current evernote food's ability to easily record meal and restaurants! The best feature of evernote food is the ability to automatically extract information from the photo's EXIF data to automatically set dates, location, and what meal of the day it might be, and the ability to sort meals based on proximity.
  6. If you are retiring the app, can you open source it? At least someone then could keep it up to date with ios/android OS's and the latest evernote api's.
  7. So sad to see this feature discontinued. I really like the note taking template for evernote food. Is there a way to duplicate that kind of template so I can continue to save food notes? Does evernote even have note taking templates? Sorry, can you also point me to a simple app that just does food logging? (pictures, restaurant(w/ location), comments/captions, tags) and the ability to set the "note created date" to the timestamp from the pictures EXIF data, and locate restaruants from the same EXIF data.
  8. I actually just posted something similar to this. I use this app: Genius Scan http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/genius-s ... 72876?mt=8 It does everything you want (contrast, orientation, plus crop and straighten) it's not natively integrated with evernote, but you can send notes via e-mail. I am not affiliated with the app, it's just useful.
  9. No, I am not, I just found it immensely useful for the crop/straighten and enhancement features.
  10. Is your wallet full of restaurant receipts? On one hand, you want to keep the receipt to reconcile with your statement to make sure the restaurant didn't accidently charge you 100 dollars for your 10 dollar tip, on the other hand, it's taking up serious space and making your wallet a mess. This is what I do: Using the iphone app Genius Scan, I take a picture of the receipt. Send the picture to my evernote account by e-mail, in the subject I type the name of the restaurant and the final amount that should be charged. Done, Not only do you have organized receipts, you can quickly check it against your statement to make sure the numbers add up. I use genius scan because it has a built in crop and straighten feature that corrects the perspective effect so you don't have to be perfect when lining up the picture. It also has a built in B&W enhancement that maxes the contrast and discards color making the image smaller, easier to send. No more receipt clutter, you can just toss out the customer copy. I'd do it with merchandise receipts too, but many stores require the original receipt, so you have to keep them. Bonus, you can also track your monthly restaurant spending simply by filtering by date range in the search.
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